Tzatziki - 6.4g Carbs, 5g Sugar
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If you're in a hurry, you don't have to strain this at all: you can just mix the ingredients together. However, removing the water from the cucumber and yogurt intensifies the flavor. Your patience will be rewarded by a thick sauce that gives you a new perspective on cucumbers.
Makes: 2 cups
2 cups yogurt
1 large cucumber, grated
1 tsp salt
2 Tbsp fresh dill, chopped
2 scallions, finely chopped
Salt and pepper
Grate the cucumber and place it in a sieve over a large bowl. Salt the cucumber and mix it around. Leave it for 30 minutes to 2 hours, occasionally pressing the cucumber gently into the sieve to get the liquid out. The salt will help leach the water out of the cucumber.
Line another sieve (or the same one, cleaned) with paper towel or cheesecloth and pour the yogurt into it. You can leave it for as little as 1 hour on the counter or overnight in the fridge. The longer you leave it, the thicker it will get. This is how Greek yogurt is made!
Mix the strained cucumber with the yogurt and the other ingredients, then taste. Adjust the salt and pepper and add any more dill or onion. Enjoy on sandwiches, as a dip, with pita or tortilla chips, or over meatballs, kebabs or anything spicy.
Nutrition From: www.caloriecount.about.com
Serving Size: 104 g
Nutrition per Serving: 52 Calories, 7 Calories from Fat, 0.8g Total Fat, 0.6g Saturated Fat, 0g Trans Fat, 4mg Cholesterol, 356mg Sodium, 235mg Potassium, 6.4g Total Carbs, 5g Sugars, 4g Protein
Vitamin A 3% - Vitamin C 4% - Calcium 13% - Iron 3%
Nutrition Grade: A
Very high in calcium
High in phosphorus
High in potassium
High in riboflavin
High in vitamin B12
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